Money Changes Everything: A Bedford Spotlight Reader

Money Changes Everything: A Bedford Spotlight Reader Money Changes Everything explores central questions around the concept and institution of money How does money affect our lives, our relationships, our happiness What does inequality mean for our society Does money corrupt our morals and values, and if so, how can we prevent this corruption Readings by a range of economists, philosophers, reporters, artists, and ordinary citizens take up these questions and The Web site for the Spotlight Series offers comprehensive instructor support with sample syllabi and additional teaching resources The Bedford Spotlight Reader Series is an exciting new line of single theme readers, each featuring Bedford s trademark care and quality The readers in the series collect carefully chosen readings sufficient for an entire writing course aboutselections to allow instructors to provide carefully developed, high quality instruction at an affordable price Bedford Spotlight Readers are designed to help students make inquiries from multiple perspectives, opening up topics such as money, food, sustainability, and gender to critical analysis The readers are flexibly arranged in thematic chapters, each focusing in depth on a different facet of the central topic An Editorial Board of than dozen compositionists at schools focusing on specific themes have assisted in the development of the series

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10 thoughts on “Money Changes Everything: A Bedford Spotlight Reader

  1. Ryan Murphy Ryan Murphy says:

    Just needed for a class

  2. Amanda Amanda says:

    This is an interesting reader I used last year for my academic writing class It does what the title suggests, and connects every facet of life to our views on money I found most of the essays to be relevant to all of my students, whether it be Warren Buffet s essay on the need for a higher tax on the wealt

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